In this February 2020 file photo, members of the Dexter girls basketball team celebrate after beating Narraguagus in a girls Class C North basketball quarterfinal at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor. Credit: Joseph Cyr / Houlton Pioneer Times

There are many difficult challenges for Mainers during the COVID-19 pandemic, but Maine high schools are ready to start the winter sports season.

To help keep readers up to date on all the action, the BDN is asking for the help of team coaches and managers to report the results of their games, matches and meets.

Scores and statistics should be reported via email, preferably immediately after the event, at as our electronic system is unavailable. Please use a plain-text format.

FOR ALL GAMES, we ask for the game location, final score, each team’s won-lost record and the first and last names of all players mentioned for each team.

Check below for the reporting format for your sport.


Old Town 49, John Bapst 35
At Bangor
Old Town (8-9): Shawn Hoogterp 4-3-13, Michael Brown 3-4-11, Bryce Richards 4-0-8, Matt Seymour 1-2-4, Casey Downs 1-1-3, Ethan Hayes 1-1-3, Sam Magoon 0-3-3, Caden Jackson 1-0-2, Kyle Paradis 1-0-2, Chris Albert
​John Bapst (1-16): Rhett McDonald 8-3-21, Cayman Zephir 2-1-6, Jordan Kimball 2-0-5, Jaedan Sockbeson 1-1-3, Corey Butler, Max Chadwick, Devlin Crowley, Sam Ellis, Quinn Mitchell, Luke Norman
Old Town 10-20-36-49
John Bapst 7-16-20-35
3-pt. goals: Hoogterp 2, Brown; McDonald 2, Kimball, Zephir
JV: Old Town 50-43


Hampden 4, Gardiner 3
At Camden National Bank Ice Vault, Hallowell
Hampden Academy goals: Cam Henderson 2, Khaleb Hale and Cooper Leland; assists: Owen Cross, Sam Economy, Khaleb Hale
Gardiner goals: Ryan Kimball, Jake Weston, Alex Grover; assists: Jon Flynn, Cam Rizzo
​Goalies: Hampden: Cooper Ryan 20 saves, 23 shots; Gardiner: Max Dearborn 22 saves, 26 shots
JV: Hampden 1-0


Coaches or meet administrators should email results to the BDN at using their respective meet scoring software programs. Please choose AP News or a plain-text format.

Thank you for taking the time to report your events!

If you have any questions, please contact the BDN Sports department at

Pete Warner

Pete graduated from Bangor High School in 1980 and earned a B.S. in Journalism (Advertising) from the University of Maine in 1986. He grew up fishing at his family's camp on Sebago Lake but didn't take...